Everything Under The Sun keeps set list varied

Cutline: Everything Under The Sun. (Photo courtesy of EUTS)

By Amy Gawry

Everything Under the Sun mixes funk, blues, rock and reggae together to create music unlike any other. The Marquette-based band consists of five local men who joined together in 2012 to form a group that didn’t want to be labeled by one single genre of music. With musical influences like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Sublime, Jackson Browne and Pink Floyd, the band creates music from lots of genres.

With Brett Hanson on vocals and ukulele, Michael Krah on guitar, Johnny Kero on piano and keyboard, Adam Deloria on the bass and Brandon Snyder on drums, the band has formed a tight bond over the years.

“We’re really a brotherhood; we vibe well. We can bounce ideas off each other, and play around with different ideas when it comes to making music,” Hanson said.

The band’s name pays homage to Pink Floyd: “And all that is now, and all that is gone, and all that’s to come, and everything under the sun is in tune.” Charter Media voted the band the “Best Unsigned Band in Michigan” and “Third Best Unsigned Band in the U.S.” in 2012.

The band generally plays in the Midwest, and tours from March until roughly September. They are excited to headline the Grand Marais Music Festival in August. However, after years of playing at many bars, festivals, weddings and private parties, they admit they still get…

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